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    Literary textNLI 577.1/18

    Kathismas (قاتسما). Christian liturgical divisions of the Psalter into daily readings ('for Wednesday and Friday'; 'for Thursday and Saturday') together with supplementary prayers. In Arabic …

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    LetterT-S 13J7.16

    Family note from Hilal. He is requested to meet Avi al-Fakhar, the brother-in-law of the writer, because the Christian Ibn Badir is not being trusted; …

    1. בשמ רחמ
    2. ממלוכה
    3. אלאצגר הלאל
    4. וצלני כתאב מולאי אלשיך אלאגל אלאכרם אדאם
    5. אללה סעאדתה וקרב סרעה גמע אלשמל בה עלי
    6. מא יסר ברחמתה ולם ידכר אלמולא שי מן אלשוק…

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    LetterT-S AS 69.108

    Recto: fragments of letters in Arabic and Judaeo-Arabic. The latter mentions Fuḍayl al-Naṣrānī and Ibn al-Jamal. Verso: piyyuṭ in Hebrew on the death of Moses, …

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    Literary textYevr.-Arab. II 1543

    Popular literature. Muslim anti-Christian polemic, Ḥadīth Wāṣil al-Dimashqī. Written in Judaeo-Arabic. "This short tract claims to be the account of a debate on religion which …

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    LetterDK 320

    Letter in Arabic script. Complete, filling all of recto and verso. The sender is Christian: he (or she) swears by the baptism in r15 (wa-ḥaqq …

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    Literary textStras. 5138/72–74

    Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, in Greek language but in medieval Latin Beneventan script. Published by H. Omont in 1921: https://www.persee.fr/doc/bec_0373-6237_1921_num_82_1_460704.

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